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The number one thing you will notice in your child as you start to be more consistent is “push back.” Push back is your child’s way of saying, “Wait a minute, I don’t like what’s going on here!” Push back comes in a lot of different forms. It can appear as. Be respectful of your child. If you show your child respect even when disciplining your child your child is more likely to respect you, other family members, and.
Mighty Mommy has 5 simple strategies that will help you incorporate positive discipline into your parenting routine and make that disobedient behavior a thing of the past: Name the Bad Behavior. Stop Nagging. Use Warmth and Understanding. Don’t Threaten Isolation. Catch Them Doing Good.
In the end, there is no “secret” to consistency—it’s just the willingness of a parent to take the time to stick to the rules they’ve laid out for their child. The benefits of consistent parenting are that your child will internalize your rules and values over time and learn to do things with simple reminders rather than conflict. Discipline that seems arbitrary to a child is because rules and expectations are not clearly defined, established in advance and reinforced daily. Solution: Create a few clear family rules.
Make sure that your simple and concrete rules (for bedtime, morning routines, etc.) are realistic, and that your expectations are realistic and age-appropriate. Many children are better behaved in school because of the consistency and rules. REWRITE YOUR GOALS EVERY DAY. To maximize your self-discipline every day, it is necessary that you keep the bigger picture in mind.
Only by remembering why you do what you do will you take the. Pick your battles. Sit down and work out what qualities you want to see in your children when they are grown up.
These qualities are the ones that are important for your family. If you need to choose battles, these qualities are the ones you should be trying to instil. Here are some ideas that will help you start to improve your consistency as a parent: 1) Choose one thing first. One of the no-fail rules to follow when you’re trying out new parenting techniques is to choose just one behavior to start with.
Try and sit down and create a plan for disciplining the children in order to keep it consistent. If you cant bear to sit down and have this conversation then do it over email. The most important thing is that a plan is created so that both parents can follow it and ensure consistency.
List of related literature:
|from Nursing Care of Children E-Book: Principles and Practice|
|from Journey Across the Life Span: Human Development and Health Promotion|
|from Beyond the Birds and the Bees: Raising Sexually Whole and Holy Kids|
|from Encyclopedia of Counseling|
|from Defiant Children: A Clinician’s Manual for Assessment and Parent Training|
|from Positive Discipline|
|from Discipline Without Shouting or Spanking: Practical Solutions to the Most Common Preschool Behavior Problems|
|from The Five Love Languages of Children|
|from Handbook of Obesity Treatment|
|from Advanced Techniques for Counseling and Psychotherapy|